LOW BLOW: Man accused of doxxing GOP senators allegedly threatened to publish information relating to their children’s health

WASHINGTON — A Democratic congressional aide accused of publishing the private information of at least three Republican senators allegedly threatened to leak confidential health information relating to their children, say reports.

Jackson Cosko, who recently worked for Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, (D)-Texas, was arrested this week on allegations that he posted personal information relating of a number of Republican senators online. According to police reports Cosko published the home addresses and phone numbers of Lindsey Graham, (R)-S.C., Mike Lee, (R)-Utah, and Orrin Hatch, (R)-Utah on Wikipedia without either’s knowledge or consent.

According to a sworn statement by Capitol Police Captain Jason Bell, a staffer saw Cosko at a computer inside a senator’s office where he used to work shortly after news broke of the doxxing. When the witness confronted Cosko and Cosko left the office.

A short time later, claims the witness, he received an email from the email address “livefreeorpwn@gmail.com” saying: “If you tell anyone I will leak it all. Emails signal conversations gmails. Senators children’s health information and socials,” with socials being a reference to the children’s social security numbers.

Since Cosko’s arrest, speculation has swirled as to whether or not Coscko was acting as part of an organized plot or if he was the lone bad actor.

Cosko’s defense attorney, Brian Stolarz, told Fox News his client, indeed, acted alone.

“We all need to take a deep breath,” said Stolarz. “In this political climate, everyone wants to jump to conclusions. We need to put the conspiracy theories aside and focus on the allegations. Jackson Cosko is innocent until proven guilty, and we intend to challenge the charges.”

Cosko has in the past worked for an array of other Democratic senators including Sen. Dianne Feinstein, (D)-Calif., Sen. Maggie Hassan, (D)-N.H., and former Sen. Barbara Boxer, (D)-Calif.

If convicted, Cosko faces up to eight years in state prison.


GOLDEN STATE IN CHAOS: California appoints illegal alien to State Office

SACRAMENTO, CA — The State of California has appointed its first illegal alien to state office.

Lizbeth Mateo, an attorney who was born in Mexico and came to the U.S. illegally at the age of 14, has been to the California Student Opportunity and Access Program Project Grant Advisory Committee by Senate President pro Tem Kevin de León (D)- Los Angeles, according to a report published by The Sacramento Bee.

Claiming illegal aliens are not adequately represented in state government, Mateo said her appointment marks a step towards correcting that “injustice”.

“While undocumented students have become more visible in our state, they remain underrepresented in places where decisions that affect them are being made,” Mateo told Fox News.

De León, who is challenging Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) for her U.S. Senate seat, referred to Mateo as a kind of anti-Trump and mocked the president’s efforts to build a wall dividing the southern U.S. from Mexico.

“While Donald Trump fixates on walls, California will continue to concentrate on opportunities,” de León said in released statement. “Ms. Mateo is a courageous, determined and intelligent young woman who at great personal risk has dedicated herself to fight for those seeking their rightful place in this country.”

According to León’s office, Mateo took and passed the California state bar exam in 2017 after graduating from California’s Santa Clara University School of Law in 2016.